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The General: William Levine, Citizen Soldier and Liberator (udgave 2016)

af Alex Kershaw (Forfatter)

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When William P. Levine, a young Jewish U.S. Army intelligence officer, moved deeper into the Dachau concentration camp, he was speechless at the horrors he encountered. Even though liberated, the prisoners were still at risk. Levine caught a young Jewish prisoner, Maurice Pioro, as he was about to collapse and carried him to safety. It was in this moment, in hindsight that Levine realized that the world needed a strong America. Levine chose to remain in the U.S. Army Reserve after World War II and to fight for freedom and democracy around the globe. Levine served as one of the highest ranking Jewish soldiers in American history, a major general, the highest rank in the U.S. Army Reserve at the time.… (mere)
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Titel:The General: William Levine, Citizen Soldier and Liberator
Forfattere:Alex Kershaw (Forfatter)
Info:Pritzker Military Museum & Library (2016), Edition: Stated First Edition, 128 pages
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When William P. Levine, a young Jewish U.S. Army intelligence officer, moved deeper into the Dachau concentration camp, he was speechless at the horrors he encountered. Even though liberated, the prisoners were still at risk. Levine caught a young Jewish prisoner, Maurice Pioro, as he was about to collapse and carried him to safety. It was in this moment, in hindsight that Levine realized that the world needed a strong America. Levine chose to remain in the U.S. Army Reserve after World War II and to fight for freedom and democracy around the globe. Levine served as one of the highest ranking Jewish soldiers in American history, a major general, the highest rank in the U.S. Army Reserve at the time.

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